FEC Commissioner Claims ‘No Evidence of Violation’ in Trump Saga
Democrats, and especially Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg are all about to look really stupid soon. The whole reason that they’re going after President Trump is because they claim that this $130,000 hush payment was some sort of violation of campaign finance law and somehow this magically led to charging President Trump with 34 potential charges.
This case is going to be thrown out so fast it’s ridiculous. How can I say this? Because the FEC Commissioner himself, James Trainor, said that there was no violation of federal election law in the Stormy Daniels case.
The Washington Examiner reported,
A key member of the Federal Election Commission today rejected the Manhattan district attorney’s indictment of former President Donald Trump as a violation of federal election laws.
“It’s not a campaign finance violation. It’s not a reporting violation of any kind,” said FEC Commissioner James E. “Trey” Trainor.
In trying to stretch the law to make it look like a violation, he added, District Attorney Alvin Bragg “is really trying to make a square peg fit into a round hole.”
“I don’t know how you get around the evidence that both the Department of Justice in their investigation of the federal campaign finance issues and the Federal Election Commission in their ultimate jurisdiction over campaign finance issues, neither of them found there to be any violations whatsoever, and I think the jury is going to see that and they’re going to have to rely upon the fact that both the law enforcement experts and the civil enforcement experts, as far as campaign finance are concerned, didn’t find any violation of the law here,” said Trainor.
After this case is thrown out, DA Bragg needs to be fired and then investigated for this ridiculous side show that he’s trying to put on. I’d be willing to bet that George Soros had something to do with all of this.